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ZEXEL Skyline GT-R No.25 (1991: BNR32)

Total 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps in 1991 (Overall winner spec.)
Sport car / Competition


Overall length / width / height
Tread (front/rear)
1,610 / 1,530mm
Curb weight
RB26DETT (6-cyl. inline, 4-valve DOHC with twin turbo) 2,568cc
Engine Max. power
405kW(550ps) /7,600rpm
Engine Max. torque
490Nm(50.0kgfm) /6,000rpm
Suspension (front/rear)
Multilink / Multilink
Brakes (front/rear)
Ventilated disc / Ventilated disc


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ZEXEL Skyline GT-R No.25 (1991: BNR32)

RB26DETT engine and electronically controlled torque split 4WD “ATTESA E-TS” made Skyline GT-R R32 one of the most popular models in the line. It won all of 29 Group A touring car races in Japan and took the pole position at every race, which made a significant mark in the motorsport history in Japan.
It ran at Total 24 Hours at Spa-Francorchamps, one of the Triple Crown of endurance races, from 1990 to 1992. No. 25, steered by N. Hattori, A. Olofsson and D. Brabham, won the championship in the overall category with the record of the highest speed/longest distance in 1991. R32 also finished 6th in overall category of Group N with the drivers T. Kinoshita, K. O'dorand D. Schoysman.